Dodgers: Do the Boys in Blue Have Any Weakness?

Andrew Friedman, (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)
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LOS ANGELES, CA – DECEMBER 01: Dave Roberts, left, speaks as Andrew Friedman, Dodgers President of Baseball Operations, looks on during a press conference to introduce Roberts as the new Los Angeles Dodgers manager at Dodger Stadium on December 1, 2015, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images) /

A lot of determining factors that lead teams down a long and twisted road throughout the course of a 162 game season are unfortunately uncontrollable.

If these last couple of years have taught the Dodgers and their fans anything, it’s those unfortunate things will undoubtedly happen.

With that said, I do agree with Andrew Friedman’s claim about the Dodgers’ roster not containing any weaknesses, on paper.

Right now, at the pre-embryonic stages of an MLB season, “on paper” is really all that matters.

The front-office can only do so much with the time and money they are given. I believe that with the time and money Friedman and his team were given, they’ve built yet another World Series contender.

As stated earlier, a multitude of different catastrophic occurrences could indeed happen. However, this is why we play the games.